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Summer's End: Accomplishments and Tasks Remaining

It is the last weekend of summer. School will begin Tuesday, as will a new routine. I entered summer with such plans, such goals, such enthusiastic intentions, and now, at the end of it, I look back. 269 more words

Literate Lifestyle

Silhouette 5: Seattle, February 2014

The prompt this week was SILHOUETTE (“in which an outline of someone or something appears dark against a lighter background”).

The prompt has been firing synapses in self’s brain, for almost a week now. 38 more words


2014 Nora Roberts Young Writers Institute (August 9th and 10th)

Wow, the teens at the Nora Roberts Young Writers Institute were fabulous! What a remarkably talented group! We had a number of writers who had already finished novels or had already won awards and contests, and we also had writers who were brand new to the craft. 217 more words

Conference Bound

For the first time I’m actually excited for GenCon.  Typically we might go one day to go to the exhibition hall to buy new board games, but this year I’m actually excited that I am attending 3 of the 4 days, but this year is different.  289 more words

The Writer

Wednesdays with the Arts: Indie Life – Music for Preparation

Do you let music motivate you while you’re preparing for something? A date, work, a road trip? I love music so it’s always either playing in my mind or in my ears. 241 more words

Wednesdays With The Arts

Writing conferences: Online or in Person?

I’ve attended conferences both online and in person in the past five years.

Online has the 24 hour convenience of being able to read, write and participate any time of day or night.   180 more words

Creative Writing

SleuthFest 2015

Early Registration is now open for SleuthFest, the premier mystery writers conference sponsored by Florida Chapter of Mystery Writers of America.

Feb. 26 – March 1, 2015 at the Doubletree by Hilton in Deerfield Beach, FL… 153 more words

Business Of Writing